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Contemplative Psychotherapy and Counselling 
 

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Are you seeking a path to live more fully, with more joy and less difficulty? Do you sense there’s a better way to live but aren't sure how to reach it? Are you ready to delve deeper into understanding yourselfWould you be willing to turn towards and make space for what hurts if it meant discovering a new sense of freedom, wellness, and possibility?

I offer a dynamic therapeutic relationship where we dive into this process together.  Through understanding your pain, joy, and deep desires, you can align your actions with who you truly are and what you want in life.

I work with clients from all backgrounds, providing neurodiversity-affirming and LGBTQ+ affirming therapy. I specialise in relationship difficulties, ADHD, and trauma.

Other areas of expertise:

  • ADHD

  • Anxiety           

  • Bereavement

  • Career change

  • Depression

  • Family dynamics 

  • Identity

  • Infertility  

  • Life change
  • LGBTQ+

  • Neurodiversity

  • Panic Attacks 

  • Parenting 

  • Personal growth 

  • Relationship difficulty

  • Sexuality

  • Spirituality

  • Trauma

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Get in touch for a  free exploratory consultation to help us determine how we can work together and to answer any questions you might have.

My Approach

My approach to psychotherapy is relational, psychodynamic and informed by buddhist psychology.  This means we explore important past and present experiences and become curious about thoughts and feelings in the present moment. By becoming aware of our reactions and the patterns that shape our lives, we gain greater choice in how we live, the relationships we form, and the decisions we make.  This awareness allows us to grow and make the changes we seek.

Contemplative psychotherapy is informed by contemplative neuroscience, attachment theory, and the role of the nervous system in trauma and healing.  

Additionally, I have expertise in Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) and Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT). I have a rich background working with neurodiverse clients and individuals from the LGBTQ+ community.

About Me

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Emily Cole MSc, MBPsS

I trained with the Karuna Institute of Mindfulness-Based Core Process Psychotherapy.  I am a UKCP registered Trainee Psychotherapist.  I am also registered with the Association of Core Process Psychotherapists.  As a member of the UKCP I adhere to their code of ethics and receive clinical supervision.

 

I have a British Psychological Society recognised MSc in Psychology and experience in adult psychological services in the NHS as an assistant psychologist.  I have also worked as a therapeutic practitioner with neurodiverse children and their families for almost ten years.  In my therapeutic work I draw from a breadth of experience and take a holistic and individualised approach.  

I offer sessions in London in Kensal Rise,  Bowes Park and online. 

 

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The Practice at NW10

15a Station Terrace

Kensal Rise

London NW10 5RT

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